Re: [IUG] Need help with Web OPAC
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They definitely are no-nos, and just to clarify, I'm in the midst of
cleaning them all up as we speak! This is one of the drawbacks of
using Dreamweaver as an editor, since it automatically inserts the
html, head, and body codes, so if you're using toplogo, you need to
strip out the codes that Dreamweaver inserts.
University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries
On Aug 10, 2008, at 9:38 AM, Chittenden, Lloyd wrote:
Sorry if this is repeated. When I first sent it, I was not yet
subscribed, so I don't know if it made it to the list the first time.
We're trying to rebuild our OPAC web pages. We know something about
html and such, but can't figure out this III web server. We are not
Webpac pro. We are on the old Web OPAC system.
Specifically what we are having a problem with is the toplogo token.
The problem is that sometimes it adds <html> and <body> tags at the
start of the text it inserts into the page. This means that you
put the toplogo token at the very start of your page, and you can't
a head in your page. That means you can't use your head to refer to
toplogo anywhere else in the html, then we get extra <html> and <body>
tags in the page.
I've been looking at other's pages, and I've found III sites that
actually have multiple <html> and <body> tags in the source code of
search result pages (CU Boulder and others).
Maybe such multiple tags aren't the major no-no they were when I
this stuff? Can we go ahead and have them? Is there a way to use
safely without confusing browsers?
Technical Services Librarian
John F. Reed Library
Fort Lewis College
1000 Rim Drive
Durango, CO 81301
chittenden_l at fortlewis dot edu
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